Neil Selwyn is a Professor in the Faculty of Education, Monash University. He worked previously at the Institute of Education – University College London, and before that at Cardiff University School of Social Sciences (UK). Neil’s research and teaching focuses on the place of digital media in everyday life, and the sociology of technology (non)use in educational settings. Neil has written extensively on a number of issues, including digital exclusion, education technology policymaking and student experiences of technology-based learning.
Nicola Johnson, PhD., is Senior Lecturer and Deputy Head in the School of Education, Gippsland, in the Faculty of Education and Arts, Federation University Australia. She worked previously at the Gippsland campus of Monash University and before that at the University of Wollongong. Nicola’s research concerns Internet over-use, the social phenomena of Internet usage, technological expertise, the use of information and communication technologies within teaching and learning, and more recently, interventions with at-risk, regional students.
Scott Bulfin is Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Education at Monash University where he studies young people’s use of digital media. Before coming to Monash Scott was a secondary school English teacher. In addition to his work at Monash, Scott is a National Council member for the Australian Association for the Teaching of English (AATE). He has four young children (three sons and a daughter) and lives in idyllic Bayswater amongst the factories at the foot of the Dandenongs in Melbourne.
Selena Nemorin is a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at Monash University. Her research interests include digital sociology, philosophy of technology, Maker education, surveillance & society, and brain-machine interfaces. Selena has worked previously on research projects exploring educational equity and inclusion, the experiences of internationally educated female teachers and their integration into K-12 schools, as well as human rights policies and procedures in post-secondary institutions.